Theatre Saskatchewan is an umbrella group geared to promoting and developing the community theatre scene in Saskatchewan. If you visit the Theatre Sask website you’ll see that there’s theatre groups active in such cities as Prince Albert, Yorkton, Melfort, Weyburn and the Battlefords, along with many smaller centres.
From Friday Nov. 20 through Sunday Nov. 22, a fundraiser is planned to help support Theatre Saskatchewan’s activities. Featured is a presentation of Paul Slade Smith’s Unnecessary Farce directed by Jennifer Lyn Squires.
There’s a buffet dinner option which goes Nov. 20-21 at the Regina Performing Arts Centre with doors at 6 p.m. and the play at 8 p.m. The cost is $40. There’s also a dessert option, and that’s on Nov. 22 with doors at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $20.
For ticket information check the above linked website or call the RPAC box office at 306-779-2277.
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